Arsenal is a 3D FPS multiplayer blockchain game that utilizes the Binance Smart Chain network and the Polygon network with its cryptocurrency, WELT. The game takes place in the Fabwelt metaverse and is playable as a WebGL right now from the official website. In the future, however, PC and mobile versions of the game will be released with an option to download to preferred devices for players.
Compared to the FPS games that most players are familiar with, Arsenal offers some different mechanics in its gameplay. In-game NFTs such as freezing opponents by using the "Freeze" NFT utility or becoming immortal for a short period of time by using the "God" NFT utility adds twists to the gameplay, making things much more interesting for players who are bored of standard FPS mechanics. That being said, the core mechanics of the genre are still the same; the main goal in Arsenal is to outgun the opponent and get kills to win the match.
To begin playing the game, players must stake 1000 WELT. After staking is completed, players can choose to participate in three different game modes such as Free Play, Automated Tournaments, and Fabwelt Tournaments.
Free Play mode gives players the freedom of creating new game lobbies or joining existing lobbies. This is the normal match mode where players can practice and hone their skills. Players can earn points, or WELT tokens, by getting kills, headshots, killstreaks, and winning the match.
Automated Tournaments are tournaments that are available 24/7 and organized automatically by the system. These tournaments may happen in randomly selected maps and game modes. This automated system is set up in a way that there is always a tournament available for players to participate in. In order to get into the tournament, players must pay a gas fee in the form of WELT tokens. The prize pool of this tournament is the total amount of paying players minus 10% for P2E and staking wallet. The winner player can claim the entire prize pool.
Fabwelt Tournaments are special tournaments that will be organized by Fabwelt once every month. Again, players must pay a gas fee in form of WELT tokens to participate in this tournament type. In addition to the gas fee, depending on the tournament style, players may need to stake WELT as well to participate in Fabwelt Tournaments. The prize pool of Fabwelt Tournaments is the total amount of paying players minus 10% for P2E and staking wallet plus Fabwelt special bonus. Again, the winner player can claim the entire prize pool by himself.
In-game items such as collectibles and utilities are all NTF assets and can be freely traded amongst players on the marketplace. Players can use the game’s official cryptocurrency, WELT, for these transactions as the trading currency. WELT tokens also can be used for staking, participating in tournaments, and the rewarding system for players.
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Hello everyone! Today, we will take a closer look at Arsenal, an action game with a lot to offer to its players. Equip your gear, check your ammo, and turn off the safety
Arsenal is a blockchain-based 3D multiplayer FPS game that utilizes the Polygon and Binance Smart Chain networks with its in-game NFTs and cryptocurrency, WELT. In the game, which offers plenty of weapons and loadout options, players can face each other on different maps and earn profits according to their in-game performance. The best part of the game is that it is completely free, which means players can start playing the game directly without any investment. Right now, it is only available for Windows-supported PCs, but in the future, the game will be available for Mac, IOS, and AOS devices as well.
The gameplay logic of Arsenal is very simple; destroy the enemy as soon as you see them! Just like any other FPS game, you see your enemy, toss a grenade, then pin them down by shooting at them relentlessly. If you’re lucky, they will lift their heads from the cover, and then BOOM! Winner winner chicken dinner. Before diving into the maps, game modes, and most importantly, possible profit out of the game in detail, let’s set you up for the game by creating an in-game account and connecting your crypto wallet.
I first downloaded the game, then created a game account within the game. So, I will describe the same method to you. First, you should head to the game’s official website. You will see the gigantic “DOWNLOAD NOW” button at the top right corner of the screen. When you click on it, the file for the installation of the game will be automatically ready to download.
That big fella right there.
After downloading the installation file of the game, you can click on it and install the game on your computer. Installing Arsenal takes about a minute or two. The game's launcher will automatically check for updates, and when finished, the "PLAY" button will appear. Now, we have the game on our computer, all we need to do is to create an in-game account. When you click the “PLAY” button, the game will start, and you will encounter a login pop-up on your screen. To create an account, click “SIGN UP” at the bottom of the pop-up. It only takes a minute to create an account.
Okay, now we are officially in the game’s main menu after creating and logging into the game. To start making money, however, we have to complete one more step; connecting our Metamask wallet to the game. On the main menu, you will see the “CONNECT WALLET” button at the top right corner. When you click on it, a blockchain selection pop-up will appear. You select Polygon or Binance Smart Chain networks and click on the “CONNECT METAMASK” button. The button will redirect you to a browser page for you to approve the connection of your Metamask wallet. After giving the required permissions to the game on your Metamask application, you need to click the “COPY” button on the screen. Your signature will be automatically pasted into your game. Congratulations, now you are officially ready to play Arsenal!
You can choose Polygon or BSC networks, it’s totally up to you.
Since Arsenal is a shooter game, weapon preferences are important. There are four different soldier classes, aka loadouts, for you to choose from; Assault, Support, Engineer, and Reckon. To be totally honest with you, you can pick whichever class you want because there are not many limitations when it comes to weapon selection. Each class can pick other classes’ weapons except Reckon. Reckon class uses a sniper rifle as its primary weapon and an SMG for its secondary as a default. You can pick an assault rifle and play as a Reckon class soldier if you want to, but you can not pick a sniper rifle as Assault, Engineer, or Support. I chose to be a Reckon with a sniper rifle and hunted my enemies afar since I am a huge fan of sharpshooter-style FPS experience. My second favorite weapon would be the SMG, it’s very agile and has a great rate of fire when it comes to pinning down your enemies.
“I am a stone. I do not move. I take my time. I aim at his eye, and very gently my finger presses on the trigger. I do not tremble, I have no fear.”
After you decide on your soldier’s class and weapons, don't forget to press the “SAVE” button. Because in Arsenal, you do not change classes or weapons during the game; the class and weapons you choose beforehand apply regardless of the game mode you will play. So you better be prepared before jumping into a match.
You have picked your class and weapons, what is next? Now, you’ll experience different game modes and make some WELT tokens! In Arsenal, there are three main game modes such as Free Play, Automated Tournaments, and Fabwelt Organized Tournaments. You can think of Free Play as the main gameplay mode for every player. Since you need a certain amount of WELT token for tournaments as an entry fee, Free Play mode lets you play the game for free without paying any gas or entry fee. You won't see a “Free Play Mode” button in the game menu, so don’t be surprised. Instead, you will see a “Quick Play” button; when you press this button, the game will automatically direct you to a game lobby that is about to start. If you are not playing in a tournament, basically every match is a Free Play mode match. As a part of this game mode, you can create your own lobby by clicking the “HOST ROOM” button with your own set of rules or join another player’s lobby by clicking the “FIND ROOM” button at the top of your screen.
When you are hosting a lobby, you can set your lobby’s name, mission such as Free for All, Team Deathmatch, Capture the Flag, and Elimination, amount of players, maximum player ping limit, match time limit, friendly fire, or game mode goal. These four missions in the game are missions that exist in all three game modes:
Try to set your game mode’s goal higher as possible if you want to heat up the competition.
In Free Play mode, your winnings are calculated on the points you get during the game. Every 150 points you earn is equal to 1 WELT token, and that roughly equals 0.0040 dollars. The game lets you improve your point gain rate through an achievements-like system:
In addition to this system, you can multiply your WELT earnings by staking WELT tokens:
To sum up; if you stake 550.000 (2.01 USD) WELT tokens into the game, you can earn ten times more WELT than normal.
The second game mode, Automated Tournaments, are… well, automated tournaments. There are divided into two sub-sections; daily and weekly tournaments. You can join daily tournaments pretty easily, at any given hour, you can find 15 to 20 of them. They require an entry fee to participate, and these entry fees create the prize pool. The winner of a daily tournament takes literally everything. So it’s a great way to make a profit if you believe in your skills. In general, each daily tournament has the same Free for All mission type, which means players have to kill anything that moves. The number of players that you have to kill and the entry fee can change from lobby to lobby. If you are talented enough and have some WELT that you can spare, I advise you to try a daily tournament with a higher entry fee. This way, you can make a lot more profit if you win the tournament, thanks to its gigantic prize pool.
You can join daily tournaments only five minutes before they start. So keep that in mind when you find a tournament that you want to participate in.
Unfortunately, I could not come across a weekly tournament. But in weekly tournaments, the entrance fee and the prize pool are much higher. So if you have enough WELT tokens, I definitely recommend you to try your luck. If you lose, your loss will be greater, but if you win, you will also make greater profits.
Fabwelt Organized Tournaments are big events. They are the hardest but most profitable at the same time. You can follow Fabwelt’s social media accounts to know when these tournaments will happen since they are Fabwelt’s special tournaments. During my gameplay session, there wasn’t any organized tournament, unfortunately.
Additionally, I would like to add that the game also offers you the clan system so that you can play with your friends and make your name known. With clans that can have up to 20 players in total, you can create your own squad and destroy your opponents while socializing with your friends. It’s very cheap to create a clan as well; for only 1500 WELT tokens, you can create your own clan and strike fear into your enemies.
I would like to share my experience with the game in general and my earnings situation with you. I have to say, it’s a fun game to play. It’s like Counter-Strike 1.6 with a possibility to make some money. I’ve encountered 5 or 6 players during my gaming session, so I had to play against bots most of the time. You may also find the game a bit, cumbersome until you get used to the pace of the game. Unlike the usual FPS games, it is a slightly slower game, but it becomes enjoyable after you get used to it.
No matter what map you are on in the game, do not forget to collect the health and ammo around. If you are doing a kill-streak, your ammo and health will decrease a lot after a while. Make sure to use these helpful items to avoid being an easy target. Always watch your back to see if someone is following you because sometimes players can move faster than normal due to small lag spikes.
I’ve played this game for 14+ hours. In my sessions, I’ve earned 4 WELT tokens without using any multiplier. It's not bad at all, considering that I earned some money while having fun. Oh, I should also add that, unfortunately, you can not withdraw your earnings below 500 WELT. To withdraw, you must have earned at least 500 WELT in the game.
Frankly, the player count of the game is low right now. This prevents you from gaining victory and earning WELT tokens. Be sure to play in prime time so you can increase your earnings.
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